A new review panel will look at the ways that the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) regulates medicines and medical devices.

Australian researchers are seeking a patent on an system that mimics the way feathers help birds detect disturbances in the air.

The Federal Government has put up $1 billion to help asbestos-affected families in the ACT.

Authorities are looking into allegations of “cartel conduct” by mining companies and Aboriginal heritage service providers.

Companies from all parts of the cattle export supply chain will be involved in a class action against the Commonwealth.

Businesses, police, transport and safety authorities are joining forces to boost safety.

Victorian fuel tanker driver Ben Johns has been crowned Australia's Best Driver.

The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has welcomed the removal of a builder accreditation requirement.

Revelations and denial in the latest instalment of the royal commission into unions.

The Ranger Uranium mine has been officially ordered to improve its safety procedures, after investigations into the failure of a tank in December last year.

In a world first, a man with a severed spinal cord has been able to walk again.

New tools will help beach towns get ready for more destructive weather.

Enhanced protections will help government officials and private companies keep staff safe in New South Wales.

A new study has shown that truck drivers paid on per-km or per-trip rates are more likely to push themselves too far.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will investigate transport giant Toll’s arrangements with the Transport Workers Union (TWU).

Calls are coming from home and abroad while the Australian Government continues to hold back from full commitment to fighting the Ebola outbreak.

New South Wales truck company has pleaded guilty to setting up the kind of conditions that bring death and heartache nearly every week.

The Transport Workers union says Coles may be guilty of “unconscionable conduct” in its treatment of suppliers and transporters. 

A survey has found truly disturbing rates of violent attitudes towards women among everyday Australians.

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is still investigating whether chemicals it used at a fire-fighter training centre leached into groundwater and harmed residents.

The 2014 Shonky Awards for poor corporate practice have been handed-out, shining a light on shonkiness in industries from biscuits to banking.

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